Rever Showcases at Exponential Manufacturing Summit
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Rever showcases at its first large manufacturing conference
Boston, MA – May 9, 2016
Rever, the comprehensive frontline innovation solution, announced today its attendance to the Exponential Manufacturing Summit. The conference will showcase and discuss disruptive advances in eight areas that are fundamentally changing manufacturing today, including: artificial intelligence and machine learning, bio manufacturing, energy, additive manufacturing, augmented reality, IoT, and advanced and collaborative robotics. Rever will be publicly showcasing its solutions for the first time.
“This year we’ll share SU’s unique insight on recent advances in exponential and converging technologies, but we’ll also go deeper than ever before into how these technologies are affecting specific manufacturing functions and the strategic decisions leaders will need to be prepared to make right now,” said Will Weisman, Executive Director, Summits.”
This event is hosted by Singularity University (SU), a global community with a mission to educate, inspire, and empower leaders to apply exponential technologies to address humanity’s grand challenges.
Rever is the first comprehensive frontline innovation solution focused on empowering frontline workers to drive innovation and performance improvement. It’s simple-to-use mobile interface enables frontline workers to document, experiment, and implement new ideas, while creating a frontline network for collaboration and sharing of ideas across teams. Rever’s SaaS platform integrates frontline activity into Industry 4.0 transformation.
Purpose-built for companies in the manufacturing industry, Rever enables efficient improvement initiatives and problem-solving from simple quick fixes to complex innovation. To learn more, please visit us at reverscore.com. Join us on LinkedIn and follow us on Twitter.
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